After "roughing" it out in my unheated camp trailer with tempatures below 20 degrees, listening to the elk bugle and the coyotes howling, I traveled to the Davis Lakes area where I found this old cattle linesman's cabin. It was in much better shape, but still in bad shape.
The front portion on the cabin, almost half of it, was a coverd porch to store enough fire wood for the occupants. Inside the old burned out wood stove is filled with thistles and mushrooms, a storage area for pack rats.
With a week off from school, I plan on roughing it three or four days hunting and more exploring in the wilds of Idaho